Credit unions flock to join debt-checking body

About 32 credit unions have applied to join the Irish Credit Bureau, which allows members to check the credit records of loan applicants, according to the Irish League of Credit Unions (ILCU).

15th April, 2006

About 32 credit unions have applied to join the Irish Credit Bureau, which allows members to check the credit records of loan applicants, according to the Irish League of Credit Unions (ILCU).

This is three times more than the number of credit unions who applied to join two years ago.

‘‘The ILCU is encouraging as many credit unions as possible to take on the service to improve the quality of their loan book and to prevent...

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